It is a measure of a society how they honour their heroes. Honour the heroes.
True heroism is remarkably sober, very undramatic. It is not the urge to surpass all others at whatever cost, but the urge to serve others, at whatever cost.
Today I read an article by Anne Rodgers, published in Collective-Evolution.com entitled “The Doctor Who Beat The British General Medical Council By Proving That Vaccines Aren’t Necessary To Achieve Health”.
Thank you for writing and publishing this story. I had been ecstatic all day because I read this story. I have never experienced this level of enthusiasm and connection from reading a story before.
The article is an in-depth account of Dr. Jayne Donegan’s journey from being an advocate of vaccination to completely reject them. She conducted her own research and proved in court two main facts:
- Mortality of major diseases, like diphtheria, measles, whooping-cough and others, had already been in steady decline, and eradicated in some cases, before the introduction of vaccines in the 1950s and 60s with the improvement in sanitary conditions of the population.
- How data has been manipulated by selecting data from the 1940s onwards, so that it looks like the introduction of vaccines reduced the incidence of these illnesses (instead of showing all the data from the beginning of the twentieth century).
Conclusion: VACCINATION is NOT NECESSARY.
This has huge implications since most people think they are compulsory and you cannot refuse to take them. This is not the case. You can refuse to vaccinate. I would recommend anyone walking and breathing in this planet to read this article if you are at all interested in understanding yourself, your body and how they keep us down from the minute we are born.
For all of the above and more, I nominate Dr. Jayne Donegan hero for the twenty-first century. You are my hero. I want to say thank you. Thank you for not giving up, thank you for being you.
In my eyes, she is really a true pioneer of the twenty-first century: for having the courage of changing her thinking, for having the determination to take on the health system and seeing through the deception at great personal expense, for pursuing her convictions, for leading the way to a natural way of understanding health.
I admire you and you are a great source of inspiration. Your work has not been in vain. I thank you for making my day because now I feel vindicated. I have my own experience on vaccination and what happens when you step out of the line and dare to question the professional opinion of your doctor.
Thank you for daring to make a difference. Thank you for fighting for all of us, humanity, even the ones that would never appreciate your efforts.
On her website you can find her upcoming lectures. You can also contact her for appointments, telephone consultations and vaccination information.
For information concerning Ebola pertussis and 4-in-1 vaccine in pregnancy she has an interesting article:
Thanks for reading.
Spread the word.
Be the change.